We provide an active mediation. Through reality testing and thought provoking, we help attorneys settle the case of their clients and/or garner knowledge to equip them better for a legal procedure when such outcome is necessary.
We also assist attorneys by managing client expectations and help clients deflate their over-optimistic, dogmatic positions.
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We are a firm of qualified professionals with vast international experience in mediation and family coaching
Mr. Richard Bethencourt is a Superior Court Mediator and a Family Mediator. Since 1982, his intense involvement with business transactions across countries has earned him an ability to find solutions to apparently opposing views. Also, the dynamics of leading his nine children contributes greatly to provide an effective mediation for couples and families. He is an International member of the North Carolina Bar Association and the Venezuelan Bar of Attorneys. An advocate for the Tribunal of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Raleigh. Bilingual (English-Spanish). Enjoys playing the piano, reading philosophy, doing gardening and snow-skiing and, undoubtedly, soccer.
Certified Coach and Family Consultant
Luisana Bethencourt is the wife of Dr. Bethencourt and has devoted her life to educate the nine children they have had. Now, because her children have grown up, she has decided to dedicate herself to support other families to move forward their life’s projects by helping them stablish the Sensitive Periods of their kids and designing Actions plans that help to develop their abilities. She is a Certified Advisor by the Pan-American Institute of Family Education – IPEF (Caracas, Venezuela), Franklin Covey International and the International Coach Federation in U.S.A.
Work ethic, patience and detail-oriented action are features attributed to Dr. Richard Bethencourt by former clients and friends. The following texts are a collection of impressions and reviews, all of which have two things in common: praise and satisfaction. Mr. Richard Bethencourt approaches all tasks with great attention to detail and treats all persons […]
When should we not mediate? Mediation at once recovers for the spouses an equal footing in their says. No one party has more power than the other party. The mediator does not advocate for either party but acts on behalf of both. All that has been said makes mediation look very good. And it is, […]